Exiles member Robert Evans who was declared Chester
2007 ‘Super Fan’ after winning a Coca-Cola
competition to help raise transfer money for the football
the summer a total £2197.50 was raised by Chester
City supporters of which £561 was raised by Robert
from collecting tokens from bottles of Coca Cola. Robert’s
prize for his efforts was a day out at Deva Stadium
five guests as ball sponsors for the opening game against
Chesterfield. Robert also picked up a signed City
and football and the chance to meet new manager Bobby
Williamson just prior to the kick-off.
BOWLING NIGHT 2007
Exiles recently fielded a team in the annual APFSCIL tenpin
Bowling Tournament in Finsbury Park, north London. You
can read Steve Musson’s report on the night here.
MEET THE PLAYERS/MANAGER 2006
Thanks to manager Mark
Wright, assistant manager Graham Barrow and the staff
and players who agreed to meet the Exiles on the eve of
the Barnet game in October 2006. A friendly informal night
was enjoyed by all in the surroundings of the team hotel
in Waltham Abbey. After a lengthy chat with the players
we enjoyed a Q&A session with the management team.
EXILES JOIN THE FIGHT FOR
A big thanks goes to club
director Paul Baker who sponsored Exiles travel
to the last two home games of last season against
Barnet and Shrewsbury Town.
Several members took advantage
of the trip to see the Bees and 15 members traveled
for the last game of the season against the Shrews.
Thanks also to members Sue Choularton
and David Evans for their driving on the day.
Pictured are members making
an impromptu stop on the A41.
members and friends joined us for our sponsored game against
Wycombe Wanderers last season. We managed to keep up our
unbeaten sponsorship record after seeing the Blues win
1-0 with a goal from man-of-the-match Stewart Drummond.
Thanks must go to Bob Gray and the staff at Deva Stadium
for ensuring that the enjoyable day ran smoothly.
MEET THE PLAYERS/MANAGER 2005
Thanks to manager Keith
Curle, his assistants and the players for agreeing to
meet the Exiles at the team hotel the night before the
Barnet match. Thanks also to commercial manager Bob Gray
who organised the get together at very short notice following
a suggestion from Exiles chairman Pauline Meakins at the
recent fans Forum. The players mingled with members, chatted,
signed autographs and posed for pictures before Keith
Curle joined the delighted group for an hour long open
to the Chester City Exiles who won the inaugural
APFSCIL 10-Pin Bowling Cup in Finsbury Park, north
London. The team of six scored 816 and 880 in their
two rounds to beat off 12 other supporters clubs
to lift the title by over 200 points. As well as
the team trophy the highest scoring individual award
also went to Chester’s David McLoughlin, and
if there had been a cheer leader trophy then his
girlfriend Siobhan would have scooped that as well!
With the team finding themselves
a player short close to ‘roll off’
a fax was hastily sent to Barrow supporters club
where the loan services of David Leitch were secured
at the last minute, thanks Dave!
|Alan Parry-Jones, Paul Woolfson
(APFSCIL organiser), David Leitch (loan), Steve
Catherall, Sue Choularton, David McLoughlin, Steve
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